Poland’s bridge generation


They are unfamiliar with the old regime and did not witness the era of change. After generations of collectivization, young Poles find themselves handling a new independence, largely avoiding social and political activities and learning to adapt to continuous changes in a new society where education and employment play a decisive role.

They are unfamiliar with the old regime and did not witness the era of change. After generations of collectivization, young Poles find themselves handling a new independence, largely avoiding social and political activities and learning to adapt to continuous changes in a new society where education and employment play a decisive role.

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